The Yakima County Sheriff's Office is hoping you're looking for outdated or unused medications in your medicine cabinet and drawers in the house. They say the drugs can fall into the wrong hands and cause big problems. Deputies say the medications could be stolen from you and could lead someone to an overdose.

Remove those medication from your home Saturday and enjoy a taco

It's the reason why the Yakima County Sheriff's Office is holding a Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 23 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Sheriff's Office located at 1822 South 1st Street. The first 200 people will receive two free tacos. So you can save a life and enjoy lunch on Saturday in Yakima.

Crimestoppers Yakima County is planning a similar event later this month

CrimeStoppers Yakima County is also planning an event later this month.  The Shreds and Meds event is set Saturday, April 30. It's being held from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Valley Mall in Union Gap in the southwest corner of the parking lot near Sears. Identity theft is real and it happens to people all the time.
Here's your chance to safely dispose of stuff like outdated financial records including old bank statements, old checks, old credit card statements and other items that contain personal and financial information. Information that you don't want and can't afford to fall into the wrong hands.
There is a limit as to how much you can bring to the event.
Crimestoppers officials say material is limited to a maximum two banker boxes or three grocery bags.
You can dispose of outdated and unused medications at both events.

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